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Nashoba Graduation edition now available!

Nashoba Graduation edition now available!

| June 17, 2021

Congratulations Nashoba Class of 2021! The Nashoba Graduation issue of The Stow and Bolton Independent–with lots of graduation photos, coverage of the ceremony and the full class listing, along with senior sports photos–is now in stores and in subscriber mailboxes today! Please remember extra copies are only in stores for ONE WEEK (until next Wednesday […]

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American Heritage Museum

American Heritage Museum

| June 9, 2021

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Stow Town Meeting Brief results

| May 22, 2021

Stow Town Meeting quick summary from Ann Needle (full information will be in this coming week’s edition) All Warrant Articles passed except two: The new Hartley Road pick-up lane under Capital items (vote 96-110). The pickleball court at Stow Town Center Park. (Art. 52, vote 97-103). Land purchases passed: Town CPA funds toward purchase of […]

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OBITUARY: John Melone, Stow

OBITUARY: John Melone, Stow

| May 7, 2021

John Melone, Stow, 89 *Visiting hours are Monday* Full obituary in Wednesday’s paper Mr. John W. Melone, of Stow, died peacefully on Tuesday, May 4. John was born on April 26, 1932, the son of Italian immigrants, Joseph and Marianna (Costantini) Melone. John’s near 90 years reflect his devotion to family, commitment to work and […]

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Unified basketball team happy to be back

Unified basketball team happy to be back

| April 9, 2021

By Michael James LeClairIf you want something bad enough, let nothing stand in your way. Now in its second year, the Nashoba Regional Unified Basketball program is giving student-athletes of varying abilities the opportunity to hit the hardwood for fun, friendship, skill development and exercise. Special Olympics Mass. defines Unified Sports as bringing together athletes […]

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Stow Selectmen: Police reform and vaccines

| March 13, 2021

With the Selectmen’s meeting running more than three hours on Tuesday, March 9 as the Independent prepared to go to press, last week’s paper covered only the first portion of the meeting. Below, is the remainder of the discussion items. By Ann Needle The Stow Police continues to work toward bringing the force and its […]

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Frost Call connects veterans through gaming

Frost Call connects veterans through gaming

| March 13, 2021

Contributed by D.J. Wu Frost Call, a non-profit veterans’ service organization, has been helping veterans in the greater Boston area since 2019. Their unique approach uses video gaming as a catalyst for connecting veterans with one another as well as with helpful resources. With a growing community and peer support initiative called the Battle Buddy […]

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George Shultz, former Secretary of State, dies at 100

| February 7, 2021

It is being reported by the Washington Post and other news outlets that George Shultz, who held four separate presidential cabinet posts in his lengthy political career, passed way at the age of 100 on Saturday, Feb. 6. Shultz got his start in politics when living in Stow starting in the late 1940s, and he […]

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NEW COVID-19 Vaccine Telephone Assistance

NEW COVID-19 Vaccine Telephone Assistance

| February 5, 2021

If you are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and are having trouble getting an appointment online, you can now call this number to get assistance over the phone.

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NRSD Superintendent Brooke Clenchy resigns

| February 3, 2021

In a press release sent to local media, the Nashoba Regional School District announced that Superintendent Brooke Clenchy has tendered her resignation, effective at the end of this school year. Also included was the resignation letter sent to the School Committee by Clenchy. Both are posted below: Nashoba Regional School Committee Accepts Resignation of Superintendent […]

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